Genetically we are programmed to be awake when it’s light out and go to sleep when it’s dark.
For many people, “waking up early” is going to mean that they are up before the sun.
While natural light is ideal, the second best thing is artificial light, like a bedside lamp.
WomensHealthMag.com suggests that you buy a special light that simulates natural light.
But ideally, if you have the sun to work with, stand in a window for a few minutes and absorb the rays of light.
The light will begin a chain reaction in your body that will help you wake up and stay awake and feel more energized.